Girls Friendship Cum Love
Friendship stays alive,
Only when two persons are involved,
They both laugh, they both talk,
Both accepts each other's pains, both fights each other's sorrows,
Both share smiles and live life like there is no tomorrow.
Friendship means supporting your friend,
When he/she is in need or feeling low,
But there are people who don't know,
'The happiness is in giving same good feelings to others',
Even animals being mute live in groups together.
Be honest today and speak only that your heart says,
If you don't want to hear my voice,
Let me know, I'll part away from you without any noise.
Why is it always me who starts a conversation,
Why is it always you who lives with all sorts of hesitation.
Why don't you accept that as my human nature is,
I too want someone to love and show me care,
I too want someone at night to wishper near my ear.
Tell me should I continue my dreams of living a life with you,
Or vaporise all and wish for someone loving and true.
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One day she gets annoyed and asks for a final 'yes or no'.
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